Simple and Sweet DIY

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Some of my favorite repurpose/diy projects are those that are simple and sweet – like this one where guests showed up for a backyard engagement party, only to find themselves attending a divinely intimate wedding ceremony.

Perfectly repurposed decor for a sweet event.

Until next time…
Michael

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Några av mina favorit återanvända / DIY-projekt är de som är enkla och söta. Dessa gästerna dök upp  en trädgårds förlovningsfest, bara att finna sig i en intimt bröllop. Perfekt!


Tills nästa gång…
Michael

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  • Blue Velvet Chair

    Diane – I'm so looking forward to trying the beads! Thanks for the tips. M

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  • poindextr

    that brilliantly bright collection of flowers hanging from tiny vases is absolute perfection! Love that image and the idea itself 🙂 Thank you Michael for pointing me over to the CSI Project linky – what fun! And yes, you MUST do something with your driftwood and seaglass 🙂 About the paper beads – yes, long thin triangles are the way to go. The beads look best if you use heavier paper like a magazine cover, not magazine pages. Monochromatic or multicolor all look good. I think the beads look best if they're not bigger than 1 1/4 inch across at the base of the triange. I cut my paper by hand, so accuracy is not an issue. I also use a 3/16" diameter aluminum rod to wrap the paper. I can't get enough of them! xoxo Diane

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  • Kelly (Seaux Southern)

    This is beautiful and so simple! Love It!!

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  • Little Treasures

    Love this! Wasn't this taken at a DIY wedding? Haven't checked the link yet 😉
    P.S. Thank you for the sweet comment you left on my carnation and I am sorry yours didn't turn out the way you like it. I used a highly stretchable jersey and rolled it quite tightly – that is the secret! I am sure the next ones will turn out great!

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